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RmEW OuRLANS. SUNDAY. J UNE a. IS6.
ik 15nLLANOaw lBzI w Sin./
DuBLnr.---ir Arthur E. G tihease was
of Dublin on the lst, .lt,@ without opposil
The Freemaj&- of the "d ult. announces
that Mr. A.' M.. Sullivan, editor of the
Nation and Weecy News was- liberated on
the previous day, on giving bail " to be of
good behavior for two yeard." His secn
rities were Aldermen Plunkett and Mr. C.
F. Lombard, T.C., J.P. On his way throngh
the city after beingliberated, Mr. Sullivau
wherever recognized, was loudly cheered.
The judges to go to thevarious circuit
at the summer assizeq have already been
assigned. The home circuit will go out
frst--the judges being Keogh and 0 Brien.
Those for' the Leinster circuit will be
Barons Hughes aid' Deasy.
Some friends'iffle late Mr. Willian Dar
gan, at thihead of whom the Duke of Lein.
ster have formed the idea of originating a
testimonial td his memory, in the form of a
gift to his widow. The Duke of Leinster
headed the list of contributors with £100
while others subscribed from £5 to £2.5.
Subscriptions were being received at the
WIcxcow.-A correspondent of the:+'ee
sea's Jilostrci, under date May29 says: On
Monday last, an ofle r in Her Mjesty's ser
.vice.mad.~ mast sucesfhl run
in a .m a-c''auoe, from,the Liftey
head in the county Wicklow to Dublin. $
When he came to Poulaphuca waterfall (at I
which point he was first seen by those in t
the neighberhood) hegot out of the boat, a
and, It being very ghtl onstructed
carried i to the next navi le rtion, an a
so proceeded to his destmat -winning.
I anderstand, a very handsome bet. " q
WEXSORD.-The -eenman of May .0thn
says: Mr. Kavanagh will not offer himself I
at the next election for the county of Wex.
ford, and Mr. Hall Dare will come forward
in his place.. The other sitting me
Sir James Power, will also, we believe, re- hi
tire, and his eldest son, it is announced, no
will offer himself instead. de
The Dublin Freeman says: It has been Si
stated that it Tory of the most " Orange"
and "no surrender" politics, will seek the of
representation of Wexford in room of Mr. al
i Kavanagh. We can well imagine the re
S eeption such a candidate would reeeiw e
from the patriotic people of the Barly of I
-Forth, if "he presented himself. -'he name fo
of no liberal candidate, h er, has yet tii
been put forward, tho Mr. Tottenham oI
has been signiflcstlgven to understand
that his eonstitefits will no longer support at
K t r.-Mr. Morgan John M'Donogh, n
sonpf Mr. George B. M'Donogh, Gowran be
Klke nK yand tdson of the late
Morgan John M. onqgn, Esq., Carrick-on
Shannon, -Leitrim, passed his examination,
held on the 12th ult., for an appointment Ti
in the inland revenue.
It is stated that Capt n Greene will again p
offer himself to the electors of the county of
K.lkenny, in opposition to Mr. Agar E7 s,
who at present misrepresents the county in in
The Thoomastdwn summer fair was held ch
on the 25thnult. A reoorter present .ay
h t h it, ltor.ed h titte,e~i ep, and pigs,e
. were pretty well represented, but horses,
f we except stllions, were entirely aheat. tea
Anything exhibited in, the sway- of beef
. ".-- woot. lively at ,about so s.-- er hundred A
| --"-' egb ;.%tpu n, ao, -.as in good request, of
, and oaaeri .ll. Y:d to "Td. per pound,m
sinkng offal. Aliavy dullness, was, how-
a ver, apprein the sheep fair -ta excel
lent wen, with lamb-at fo co ld.b' easily
got for two gainea ; w eddere a0s. to 35s. Mr
each,. and lambs rged rom 18i to 27 an
oileu cows ant yaeU realisee a mairt M
figures so, too, did Those at the no'
fair sai, that it uldb impossible to es- l
timte the vt amount of serve the late
, rains have done the erops in that distrif cm
" - dasdt as st there walessos td believe ina
the harvest of 1868 would be one of. the c
most bounti/ft we have had in Ireland for
Sthe psaL .y yems. mbe
taTsT l for to anvas 'Li
the bseants ie t -eawiu
S i-ý,- late Mr. Th ýir
l:. her aae, -tl" ('nkt
had ted de~ esd Wce es t -
self-sctridee as heroldes of S at ev
eldest sister bhving slso died in te
of _ ety some years a go, leabi i o.!
K-1r.An.-A prelimin meet of te W
inhabitants of the of n, ve
. _ county Kfdare, was h on 8 _hday, the
24th .ult. in the national school-room to A
adopt measures to preseat the Rev. John'was
Tyrrell with a suitable address and testi
monalia on the occasion of his l .otion to
the pastorship of Blakdieh Theobjwct Fly
of the meeting was comple Clb
R.Bayley ., of Rookwood, ages won
connected wh some of the most
familis of the county Wstmo.th,
come fordaal at the next election, 4) ee
- eix Athloni, on toroughly Conservat- v a)
'i P1P Joh Ennis mid Mr. Roiert R. B}yley c mtr
of Boskwod, it is said, will both seektl eet
r1' eprntaton of Athlone. A correopn- p:'o
•e of. a morning eotemporay says at ilead
S r~M.lssa , iullivan of the.N~., d"
* will k tin nomination by the Libespisai e
S An 'a pian, named Patrick Norton,
was reentdrowlednear Galley Bay.lHe '
resided at BrlEik Island a short distnce vedw
fzo .hhlase, from wich by one of I to il,
ofmier e o he ohad been uld whoe
ufo. otish iTrmon-tenty mil- Ti
e e fiaobme o tve mii n his retauril roy- i-t
i a t aon arose, duing which he "tas iov
Lotrrft.--A Dundalk correspondenat Oasthe g
that the address of Mr.O'oimy D to that
rGE. the parientary electors of Louth ma
^- beepted to appear Inafew days. It fi
INS. added that Mr. Patrick James Byrne,-of
Lianawily House, has been retained as
conducting agent. Mr. Dease will be in
s opposition to Mr,Chiehaster Fortescue, who
he cit opposes the Catholio bishops on the school
pp qestion. Mr. Kennedy will also offer him
self for re-election on the Liberal interest.
Meantime a Conservative club has been
afne established i Louth, which is strengtheaed
t the bi the adhesion of Lrmd Masareene, and
be on some othergentlemen of rank and influene
b of No one on the Conservative sidle is yet
rC. - named to -contest the county, - It is said
zt L' that Mr. Francis Birodigan' will-again con
rugh test the borough of Drogheda with Mr.
rcit The rumors in 'onnection with the future
beep representation of Cork county and city, as
out well as of Youghal, Bandon, and Kinsale,
rin. are so numerous that we can onlygroipthe
I beprincipal names of those mentioned as can
didates for the -several loealities; Mr.
Timothy McCarthy Downing is. spoken of I
ein- fog Cork county, in which the action of Mr.
i 'Leader has been v-cry geaerally-- speelally
f a in DuhallUow-reprobated; Mr. Butt, Q.C.,
aster ie sIken of fbr the borough of -Yorilal t
£100rMr. William Shaw, chairman of the U,1
£25. to h Of the Munster BankI, will louipese s
t te Orandom in . Bandd)n; and ; amother 3
Liberai will oppose " Sir &eorge -Celthrst
ar- in Kiusnle.
On "A Dublin jou~nal umatieo of
a ser- emigrationl from "I
I run Three steaine`iQrd
ifer 27th 1tn, andt , na o
ibliui sand passengers,iea nlbn
I1 (at hind, foi' whom they had not nec.
ie in tion. The Aleppo carried off one
boat, and sevent the Delaware four ?
ate nd, the MT'nesoba three hindired an
and seveit. "E igrnts from Ireland 1i0d i.
lng, more diufict to pbta.n berths, in conse
quenee of the considerable "inceqee f' t b
h numbier who are going' out from Germany
self Sweden and' who sectise places in 0
Tex stesners be#ore leaving Liverpool. "
,ard LEIc0c.--n ay, Mons.C a ,o
bmadea magniicent n asoet u~
re- his aerial machine .L'.E , from a 7m 4
ced, near the new ndek, ean i
down safely in a near the residence of to
weu Sir H. l as an the vicinity of Doonase. t
ge" . An And' t eltic Cross to the memory
the of the late lion. Stephen Spring Rice up
Mr. ab to be placed on the height over
e- Foynes Rocket Station. B
dive CLARE.-It is currently rumored that Mr. r
of Marcus Keane, of Beechpark, will. come RI
ame forward as a candidate for the representa-. W
yet tion of the borough of Ennis at the next au
ham opportunity. mI
TaPrauRpAjr^.=i `eo4i iajin wecsrn',a un- r
pstands that a requisition is in course of sig
nature by the electors of Cashbel. inviting
ogh, Mr. D.C. Heron, Q. C., to allow himselfto t
b be at forward at the general election.
on- suit was recently brought in the Pro
bate Court, Dublin, to test the validity of
on, the will of the late Catherine Russel of -
tTipperary, who left the great bulk of her
property im charity, nearly £1200. The
of will was pronounced perfectly valid.
ais, KERY.-.John Shea, farmer of Ive h, t
in in the county of Kerry, who pleaded guilty li
at the late ass for-that county, to the p
hg eeaoring to sedace -soldiers -
o leiefr )e and was then sent- de
naeod o .tw vlu k entca se 4
rtent~c ... -" .. ;"it a -in
The. pTiestofListoiunbaacs wi bol
r edged the receipt of 450 from the executors dia
st, of the late Arthur Tyter, of Listowel, for me
ad, masses for the repose of his soul. ta
Lord Muskerry died in Loadon on the ihg
el- 28th nt. in his seventyird year. He had mo
.ly _een fiar daughtert'f to
os. Mr. H. D. O'Gdy, the odge, Limerick his
Sand _is succeede, hi*idaon, Hamilton sio
es- H Mr. The7s. b no Mrs e
. cHan, nati r at asiau ,'re-. S
ently c competitive exam
ination -, bdistlqishad'plar e apmongsuca - l
the cesa --fLadidMaehsnstho e I tnianciv tie
for gWA Ea town a.- ounJame. O'Rythat oe
ad onyoSi W ,on tlce
$&A. ý'pp e 'illt ofK h W .:, de
h e em oa asiesiors· pb
,d st, . nutge..,f o
iiyan ienm io ies thursh bazaar . en
r wshe rdin he asse eb ly ±ooms, CityHal, Sll
wich ind aeenrtnd onugets of or. oltis'
Water bte, on the 28th ilt, and was c The
Severy way a compete success. e at
o . hAsu.-.Munch srprise and :iigtion
ý' was caused In Belfast on Sunday mnorning a
fat nit., byOfndinglarge placards o bt
to trgthe-t in onneocing -that ne t
oFaly, a collatgue of thae notaion. Mut
wih ihas beencudsng rio eatop blood-'
wouldine.Sou svatthat town.andde.
R ht uim if
m8 DEaBY.-The Londonderry Jo.oy*aZ -has
ItI been authorized to stae that i the event of
e,-of an-immediate dlu ,r. D wse, Q.C.,
d as will come tbmfr4ardo the ca didste
ie in for the representation of" the madeeity."
who The Jon.. and the BSetinerepresenting
•hool respectivejy te Catholic and the Presby
_him- tearan secbtio ofthe people sLotJAdonberry
ret. confidently qticipate\ Mr. Dowse's return.
.ALwA.-C. hief JostiGe teah-i and
d Chief Baro Pigott' have been afotted'to go
n the onnaught circuit bor the sumner
M IAYo.-It is rumored that qne. of.4se
con- present representatives of ]jayo does not
Mr. intend to seek re-election and that he Will
be succeeded by a gentleman who has
ture already sat ror that county.. TJls points to
asMr. Gteorge Henry Moore.
sale In Castlebar, on the. ht ofi the th lt.,
he a Fenian "scare" was the sdden
cr. appearance of a nnuorber q ' e ' in
nr. attien- r _ttre, who gere hunting for su
a of pe et." Nothing canie of their wlld-goose
ally Laaran.--A the Cloistered Franclsean
IC., Co.vo.at, D1rumahnbo, csuty ",itrim Lona
hal o the 2.thult., eve' of the trnslation sdthe
Ye=- body of St.-Friands of .Aadslm, h io*ur- a
pa estin, y of.,thecraqsaytloarlitor
Sonly of TdauhUof a
-' o Te nof Ms.,r *_" thebride on bty
SKio a te, nad oI rd too n im.
Frances of St on, and Ed
-on' O'lnep orU e aih ter: of "t.
'erwq TE I A O luaE OF' O
t afess D Os.-D ng thae ta
S.te l to ema asnor
te' o udr ithe. tpnty-one y erse she o
b 7i bol e ixtee Wand rfaveteen
Syears of The penta ftebride on
Sofhat had occurred, tookim edlate
S ste cause separatin, and Edin was
anded br ight days.
Per THE MrIRaCKLOBs PPcrtnE o - OoR 0
BrlrsaD-LAr OFOF PmLe os.o-During the
ir. reign of the Grand Master de Villaret, in .
ue Rhodes, a Rhodiandgentleman, having metn
- with great misfortunes, resolved to commit
. suicide. or this purpose he went up toa
mountain in-the Wbud7 intending to cast a.s
himself from a rockt. en he reahed the
'- Place, our' Blessed Ladt appeaed to him,
ig- ad~ievented his dccompsiiag his rneih. a'
o-epe-tino the resolven to show. his gnoti- -
Shpee, thad preservled h im the placemI
Omortal sin. le went to Jernusalem to intnT
of the Khly pniases Had obtaled h kpnetu of I c
Virrhe the Kgin whto t had Tea beenm
ho e anerated th b h the pbh ieturebt
home to his native island. He built a mc- rat
*h, tary on the mountain, the scene of his de
ty livrhanee, and hepalced in it taatvanerable
he i e l T e e population of odes
Tin id to tnot !nwhich was r n- ti f
at- s os flot wimhintic qf
ste' "ePopiteu, bu the
1- bothtoa the whean4tup ledtr Wiho- t
res dian girl and a?7otjg man mad a apIpoint
r mont to meet esi a the Sartar of the ane- I
t.ry. They both died ataebslace of met- and
wld mos er nhaipy hov bore r
ef tswascal oeiOrmer The.
t hi-"ita°n ofnthe «t3q .
, by the Turkss, i rand
. , yn. _a . l.-ns trof.,. I
9ad te c d
SPaae. Si -fame yt k n tfo
ye yc an gtoern me nt. Threi ptrei at
thoe whc p are withuts egreteost Lue- wts.
tp.or Paae Sir eo n r h
4aotognCsdf borj sa wereogr *a
ntahe oi s thanid stee he n ibniral m a t tIh.
boyheRs an n the rmevt. oTP lre i the in o
atredtr the SaredR~eligious~ aneda Miitary b
St. Joiw of Jerusalem-in-4)rmoed '5trts. - (om
Lo nlo n W ee l R e g ster. , a Oe o j
" Time is cried out porn as a great thief
it is-lpoplts own fatult. use him w all, and (I
wifl evel take from yours. .
the ~ymhine dabres.'~bdgdgnal ho- ~W.
-t CIA CAR. -
atj I haeve opened " bre oh of my SODA WATER,
MEAbD, ad PASTRY BUISINESS, at
• _w . - ...... &CA. STREET............. .
by- | Between.~7hrt.e streep nd Exehange ,Pae
rn. The price ot my Soda Water and Mead will be Tena
and Cents a Glan, (1lreglrsen) smoe an at dy old stnds83
St. Charle atreet.
r Ise ll noalooheldieS ~ ader the lame of Raft.
guac Syrup, or any other di_guis,
m-3 ym17 " 1 ..... H JýCC LSEY.
nndt B. McXENNA, LATE 01 'E BSODA WATER
,t3Cdseer ill infoms is lilýy, pub mm. a that be au
1oe opened the ssaib r in Lopt..
to t n.Oo. s Wat1r of Daup' n. fr t
faiti01 one"aY.d Con.
His "ýoswilfn h
o l the o atei p Mood to beae
Ahisi~f -hn an kno nmdll other articles q -iXA ell~rel
dan Lourw Td ,ie e er , them A. w
su- E~ZT~ TURPfr WKZSZ')JLJRt,).w.
1060 Cream ' uo!""
,ban . ý "d Bor Ulro8 N"
Ib0n b~ on
_ O3peh n -
mueg' N - " i . Orleans La.
a. -- i , ;4 .
the Unitfed s- eatheset -
-y ew s.l eansý N an ,ands
Lae deamedae " td - !]Ii
Pten. the pyrte heeinafter eaed d
C sses a o tats a corpora c for
red spa.bI" 4 -pd qnder1* °
narmTe euf wla nae bofught. A '.
rhe lTeh sCathop t sh " 1'" e
wheEmlm " a
y en y yý,. . .
TheC- -. an..tas .caTnr e ,d.
on beinthe he City of New "#e
ate a cote of fourths of the bone'N ek-dII i
with the Omment )of ath nn EoA- i b
The ojeet eofthis tooger,, .
the City of New Orles. edas etheb pdic
tion.s emry thterweed hes m Vd e.!
otpb ed advisable by therlI1
he The Vice Pr aidentfhin t the oeier ohe
in whom, assuch, eitations may be myeLt, and in whose
iu ll be labrosght gyre an w
Let -. - A tO a ý. -
lit Capitapl Stock Jo the r, C .i is - tOnIe
a Sand eed dmThoeaae/d (pee eoehY) is
Ile Sharr el or Twenty ýý ý i bf auL Pec
at at 0W
a' o' OH FLA .,
e. de. mAy abeldt tat stek.
""!t~a A r In
I14 of a Steok issnb*a
ct -ards heS ta ý~
of euscib i s bbe s ' 114su
un may vot in personb
c- ration in tIsosWs A Bor ad mu
Bear ofthei nube.4~soshell 8..
8- rshso cite their nnnm gg o
Rqf hC ay M o h( taojY6 Sin
.ss.. prove byths ti c
0- them[ Mt See,. less is e. O 'in .be tee
-- Bo. ,.I. ·ls
Pmeldattti !Wt who =& & 'b: b7 . Ah eE
end who shall be named by the President
N. B raotbsem~smi .o9,o heete*. rb oil
a. )%rs.P mete~id ,,, As'C;
D 'c hal aletLi o aatif
't without ay ab
vdnntry rdgsal n r :Agtl4,"t
Upea It ýilllLLney -; ` ýg
tla~~~ a~ sp mae salm att~t P1
Thactahemn.e thebs -'-'eldrs 40
Th eno term for~ whithE~ he aetr oo o ~drs
tmcnty.SvcLd·gl yeaH, oPraoaa Ia~ fere shl' at
Should reraet buld nrefus vor C1iwnctt dasnymteco
tthe rae ole moainhth .... of Dllojojne1e at~r r.~
theretor fna ~qab $~ii~o~~~paictm i~fl~e bU~ et
ho~ny~l~w until; ouo!I
Ghanld ~ ~ ~ ~ casI 7n oderole elr rnlt~
har orL s haes iuponwbsdhaey Intamen mays oeda
andih the irebO~tPO Juica Dstit. Pais nofm Orplbee do Bre
going Chaterof th Mew rlen CLe r~thOalo u ai·~ .'olo'o1a
Cousmpay n thate Ip Sod nothing theren ntry m~b~to geeuaa
C~eontitcuton and the laws ofthe Smee osrmu~em t
~~n~dO~dRLC. B. LgBOCtMotLUZaeyBU-t, gci c
f thetBrlct Jdattre ~rtJalr Mtl. riei Thdstio. a. .roo
.1. hi. oIIN.l Tlit MA J.r Ser~oiTH Cra~. tb.,fi ILow H
lUmInythft IOT6I JOHN FohnL ocsi h
I'. . h~AN, . P I. SUANLAN. * eirsii1l
W. J.VASTEL, W 9. B. TR LACJA'E .,9 Lo2seh
SPIANO PORTE WAREROOIg,
s Tea No. 1P CAL nsamr, NEW OcLEac.
ad, 8s Sole Agentor tse Celebred
STEIRNWAY & SON's pAS.
MASON a HA& aMLn , ORGAN
Both of which hones have received frst pr).-".t tO
pette PaiEr s ibition.
SheC Theme. iftnumeiptb aw theeret beet ,tuu,
irtie m4 as same C edtkoposv tcinly invited to e'
toh1 Pbdilanos, w besat" at poles. to suit the~
,well muir_ t
A . 0"- . . .h
lAC. GUSTAV VOM HONE,
r of UPRIGHT PIANOS, 807 MaLazine
or of s'rtet, "N-ew Orleans.
y Ev new Piano sold, is warranted for ive years.
TO CA'AeTHOLIcS OF EWII RLEANS.
a y ..th-, of" the
is wigwe e heno
-- orbte a 1 h-' and ao.
£ e de, es eithe aeghbeic
S l e ' Tsloca and mnae of our Churchnto
e .r snd ] pew o.iam n o at ndee,.
nf, ft ra on a s a Joint
,uabnaa aee to the laws
p l ains i
mthes nd ,trme b. lecte"
t e apoy l . ceo'
tehe apve of the aforesaid nd andi con
end i t to the Catholics of our dices. We appoint
Rev. N.J. Prch. Preident, and Rev. Thona .'
on th committee. ate dayebr or
oas .., Aobbishop of New Orleans.d
.New Orleans, December 1s, Id6 i- l
adpeetoa to their respective cohrejatlea
u)P, ev. V Go
,8 I rCea oat ý mmitC ,
o RBelow we give thelocati and mae of our Churches.
the Pasea end C.rat.s, the Late of Mae Seermon,
SInatrmtione., Vespors, end r do, Zon. The'locrtion of
Fs e e o e . da, with the anmbe eon t0dsn attendcin.
b amack the namas of Princi a.t: Rdo lh
ops. tre Io're, oe.ss. Coa
e ason e.a eroai . . A- . A. rdae 6.1J. Preidhent
G0 lo.kt, a J. Vice Pusmosat9, aao Profect t-.
om Eev.J. ambiasooe 1 rr, Professor
_ ° 8' aJ.o,---at ev D. Err.~ret 8.th, ofo.
Profoothe r 3dne-r. o othe . ionr. DoVesk woe
s , • . " . Prfeo of C yeat 6 n
=he. N e Bess.. ain at 8 and
n a t tie. Vespers a"tra4 e P. 71C
sjoiisoe AveumdI,t d ' .. A. V er
be B-esw, C. IP.L Rev. N. eti
eby .Innetrlon and l-ienedic on-. inen
a.l ich, one in toench
Rv.oze e s4 D a imms- W-166
5 II oet in m, iný t
Na at Se :Bbe
F :t 4 r. "o El ide.'
weekDayMsse e auia 7/, 7. aled
· snsgae. N. ' ebther
J Opcrn a >iet ldwind 10: 8 eg k eE and
Sed a t ruteok. - - porsa
at7 C.leekunda, m3 ra Ve
at 81 o'lock. Sund 6,j, "w s'
Atead5e OheeshP~ . e,'t~rrsla~~fo~pb e adMol'
ategt-e v.NtrA D. ,Peo. Wttta ,i
7o'lok~ unay tf ato Srmo at9 o uc. V..